throughfare

throughfare

(ˈθruːˌfɛə)
n
another word for thoroughfare
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I bought a pair of boots in Great Queen Street last week, and made that no throughfare too.
The office, available on a new lease, is located on the A444 Coton Road, the main throughfare into Nuneaton town centre, close to its junction with Nuneaton's Inner Ring Road system and in close proximity to the Ropewalk Shopping Centre car park.
Note: The Erie Canal was a major throughfare, taking settlers and cargo into Mid-west until the railroads crossed the mountains.
The main elm-lined throughfare of Omotosando is a popular place for strolling and cafe hopping - a rare enclave of European boulevard life amid the apparent chaos and dislocation of Tokyo.